On a beautiful spring afternoon in downtown Atlanta, as students stroll through Woodruff Park thinking about how they’ll soon be done with college, Priscilla Oliver is talking about how she loved studying so much that she chose to go back for additional degrees.
“I didn’t know it at the time,” Oliver says of her early… more »
Kate McCann doesn’t play on any of Georgia State’s athletic teams, but she’s still got at least two people in her cheering section — Kenneth and Georganne Honeycutt, whose eponymous fellowship has helped support her as she pursues a Ph.D. in neuroscience.
A fellowship “doesn’t have to pay for fees, it doesn’t have to… more »
Beaches, bathing suits, palm trees and cheering crowds: Thanks to the Summer Olympics and the success of the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Tour, it doesn’t take long for the words “sand volleyball” to conjure up some very specific images in people’s minds.
At Georgia State, on the other hand, you can swap out the… more »
Ever since his father was a young boy in Colombia, Camilo Benitez says, he wanted to come to the United States so that he could give his family a shot at a better life. If his son’s experience is any indication, he succeeded.
Just weeks into his junior year at Georgia State, Camilo was interviewing… more »
Mallorie Jones has been on a hot streak lately. A recipient of the Women’s Philanthropy Initiative Scholarship, she became part of the first generation in her family to graduate from college when she earned her B.S. in psychology from Georgia State — with honors — on May 9. And less than a… more »